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Grand Award

2nd Place
5-BE13

Now You See It, Now You Don't

Behavioral and Social Sciences
Amelia Holmes

Grade:
5
Teacher:
Jocelyn Smerz

"My project is about how age affects what you see in a certain type of optical illusion. I chose this project because illusions could be the new way to test various things in the human body and mind, like age and mental status. My conclusion was that age does affect what you see in illusions. My project is important because it's one science fair project, but it could open a gateway into a new way of testing."


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2 thoughts on “Now You See It, Now You Don’t

  1. “What’s Next” is full of great ideas for further exploration. Great project. Keep up the good work.

  2. I found this experiment fascinating! It took me a while to see both of the things in all three of the pictures. I wondered if there are factors other than age that may make a difference? Like do boy and men see things different than girls and women? Very interesting!

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